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FROM THE PRESIDENT – Deborah Bronk
Know before you go! Whether going to sea or into the field, we need a cultural shift where planning for everyone’s mental and emotional safety is taken as seriously as their physical safety…
Watch the webinar focused on sharing insights and advice with current students or recent graduates on how they can transition from their education to a role in academia and/or industry.
We’re excited to share that 224 session proposals and 71 town hall proposals were received by the submission deadline! The Planning Committee will now review the proposals and making adjustments as necessary. The abstract submission system will open next month and the deadline is September 13.
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GRAD STUDENT/EARLY CAREER RESOURCES
Visit TOS’s Grad Student/Early Career Resources page where you will find graduate student and early career job and fellowship links, shiptime opportunities, and helpful articles and websites…
CAREER PROFILES: OPTIONS AND INSIGHTS
View nearly 100 career profiles of ocean scientists with careers outside of academia. These profiles are intended to advise ocean sciences graduate students about career options other than teaching and/or research in a university setting…
NAVIGATING GRAD SCHOOL
Don’t miss Oceanography magazine’s popular articles providing guidance on navigating grad school:
UNDERGRAD STUDENT RESOURCES
Visit TOS’s Undergrad Student Resources page for lists of opportunities and recommended reading…
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Disseminating Knowledge of Oceanography and It’s Application
New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration
The Ocean Exploration Trust 2022 Field Season—A 2023 Supplement to Oceanography
Frontiers in Ocean Observing
Emerging Technologies for Understanding and Managing a Changing Ocean—A 2023 Supplement to Oceanography
Oceanography March 2023
This issue includes a look at hot vents along Gakkel Ridge, turbulence in the deep Mediterranean, an array of ocean education subjects, and more…
Scientific Ocean Drilling
More than 50 years of extraordinary science enabled by scientific ocean drilling is celebrated in this 2019 special issue of Oceanography.
The New Arctic Ocean
This special issue of Oceanography explores the profound changes that are occuring to the Arctic Ocean and the many follow-on consequences.
Providing peer-reviewed activities for undergraduate and/or graduate classes in oceanography.
Teaching Physical Concepts in Oceanography
A collection of hands-on/minds-on activities for teaching physical concepts that are fundamental in oceanography.
Providing advice to ocean sciences graduate students about career options outside of the university setting.
Oceanography is an open access journal featuring peer-reviewed articles that chronicle all aspects of ocean science and its applications.
ANNOUNCING THE NEW OCEANOGRAPHY FLIP BOOK KIOSK
In a large and exciting upgrade to our offerings, you can now page through past issues and supplements through our new Oceanography kiosk. The pages render crisply and issues are easily navigable. Please take a look and let us know what you think! This new system replaces the service provided by Advanced Publishing, our former electronic publishing partner
FOR AUTHORS: We can now add videos, animations, photo galleries, and audio files to the flip books. If you are planning to submit a manuscript to Oceanography, please think about how you might want to enhance your online article by adding supplementary files.
Categorizing and Naming Marine Heatwaves
By A.J. Hobday et al.
This article proposes a detailed categorization scheme and simple naming convention for marine heatwaves, enhancing scientific and public awareness of these events…
Using Soundscapes to Assess Changes in Coral Reef Social-Ecological Systems
By T.H. Lin et al.
Listening to underwater soundscapes opens a new avenue for studying the ecological and human dimensions of coral reef ecosystems…
A Low-Cost, DIY Ultrasonic Water Level Sensor for Education, Citizen Science, and Research
By P. Bresnahan et al.
This article describes potential applications, design and construction, and deployment recommendations for a DIY water level sensor…
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